At every level of Washington Farm Bureau, leadership is important. The organization is built on a foundation of grassroots leadership. Involvement at the local level ensures that the priorities of every farm and ranch families are heard.

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Officer Team

Rosella Mosby
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Rosella is a specialty vegetable farmer from Auburn. She and her husband, Burr, operate Mosby Farms that provides hand weeded, hand harvested vegetables to the Puget Sound region’s grocery chains and produce houses, as well as local food banks. For many years, Rosella has been engaged in Olympia and Washington, D.C., on critical policy issues important to the farmers and ranchers in Washington. She has a passion for advocating for farmers and ranchers with policy makers, government officials and the public. She has served as both the president of King-Pierce Farm Bureau and as a state board member. Her energy and passion continues to serve Farm Bureau and agriculture through her leadership as State President and involvement in advocacy through organizations like the Farm Journal Foundation. 


Bridget Coon
First Vice President
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Adams County rancher, Bridget Coon and her husband, Paul, ranch alongside family, raising Simmental-Angus-Gelbveih cross cattle. Additionally, they farm 800 acres of deep well-irrigated and dryland hay, rotational wheat, and other feed crops like barley. Bridget owns a marketing agency serving local agriculture and food & beverage clients, assisting them with traditional and digital communications. Bridget served as the WFB Young Farmers and Ranchers chair in 2013 and competed in both the American Farm Bureau Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture contests. Most recently, she has served as the Adams County President since 2019 and the WFB State Membership Committee chair from 2020 - 2022. 

Anne Lawrence
Second Vice President
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Anne Lawrence joined the WFB state leadership team in 2020 as our Second Vice President. She and her husband, Nelson are first-generation farmers growing 40 various types of vegetables, herbs, and leafy greens in Clark County. Over a 20-week season, Anne and her husband provide CSA boxes full of fresh and local produce. Most recently she has expanded her operation to include fresh cut flowers. Anne has been on the Clark-Cowlitz Farm Bureau Board for many years and previously served as the WFB State Membership Committee Chair.

State Officers+

The Washington Farm Bureau President, First Vice President, and Second Vice President are elected annually by the voting delegates at the WFB Annual Meeting and hold office for a term of one year.

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State Board of Directors+

We encourage you to contact your State Board of Directors at their new email where we can ensure each county representative is receiving your efforts to contact them.

Sydney Anderson

David Pearson

Harry Malloy

Erin Thoeny

Columbia/Blue Mtn
Lester Eaton

Natasha Mendonca

Chris Hesse

Grays Harbor/Pacific
Terry Willis

Len Engle

Leann Krainick

Mark Charlton

Maureen Harkcom

Kelsie Knight 

Larry Boltz

North Olympic

Trinity Stucker

Rick Anderson

Rick Merrill

Sue Cronk

Julie Loveall

Glen Morgan

Walla Walla
Dean Farrens 

Troy Lenssen

Peter Appel

Steven Knight

County Farm Bureaus+

Each of the 25 organized county Farm Bureaus elects a Board to lead its organization. The length of service by each Board member is determined by the By-Laws of the county Farm Bureau. In addition to board members, each county has committees to focus on issues of greatest importance to that county Farm Bureau.

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